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Samsung launches Galaxy J4, further strengthens J series in Sri Lanka

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Samsung Sri Lanka has expanded its best-selling range of Galaxy J series smartphones by introducing Galaxy J4. Equipped with industry-first and signature Samsung features, Galaxy J4 will further reinforce Samsung’s leadership in the affordable segment.

Addressing the need of young millennials to take selfies, Galaxy J4 provides an adjustable front LED flash, which helps to capture better selfies by adjusting the LED flash as per the ambient lighting conditions. Galaxy J4 comes with a 13MP rear camera with an F1.9 aperture that helps consumers take images in low light conditions.

“At Samsung, it is our constant endeavour to offer products and services that truly add value to the lives of our consumers. Its 5.5” Super AMOLED display will dazzle your eyes with vivid colour and lifelike picture quality, so get ready for a stellar viewing experience. The brighter front camera, equipped with an adjustable LED flash, takes wonderful selfies like never before. And it has such convenient features and such a comfortable grip that you won’t want to put it down,” said Shantha Fernando - General Manager, Head of Mobile Business, Samsung Sri Lanka.

The Galaxy J4 comes with many extras that make life easier. Use two separate messenger accounts on the same phone. Launch two apps instantly with App Pair and enjoy fast, seamless multitasking. Use Secure Folder to store sensitive information. Samsung Cloud provides plenty of storage and optimises content sharing across devices.

Galaxy J4 comes with the latest Android Oreo 8.0 operating system and packs a definite punch in terms of device performance and design. Crafted with a new 2.5D glass design, Galaxy J4 is powered by a 1.4GHz Exynos processor and a 3,000 mAh battery. Galaxy J4 will be available in black and gold colour variants at authorised Samsung dealers; Damro, JKOA, Singhagiri, Singer and Softlogic which comes in 2GB + 16GB and 3GB + 32GB memory variants (both expandable up to 256 GB) and is priced at Rs. 25,790 and Rs. 28,290 respectively.


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